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A continuation of the wonderful collection of gay short fiction fables from around the world. The creation of these stories were based upon some cultural awareness of gay men in history and in some cultures where gay life is taboo. This is a must read for people who are interested in gaining an understanding of gays from different cultures and the human heart.Table Of ContA continuation of the wonderful collection of gay short fiction fables from around the world. The creation of these stories were based upon some cultural awareness of gay men in history and in some cultures where gay life is taboo. This is a must read for people who are interested in gaining an understanding of gays from different cultures and the human heart.Table Of Contents:1. The Dalit Boy (India)2. The Laughing Brothers (Korea)3. The Red Rheum (China)4. The Game Of Nard (Persia-Iran)5. The Kuri Village (Australia)6. Tukkuruq and Uquitchuq: The Story Of Night And Day (Canada)*7. The Blue Door (Russia)8. The Pink Tie Dance (Argentina)...

Title : The Gay Icon Classics Of The World II
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ISBN : 9781469914152
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 189 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Gay Icon Classics Of The World II Reviews

  • John
    2019-03-09 21:10

    This is the second book that I read by this author and it's also a continuation of the first book I read. I actually liked this book better than the first because the stories seems more diverse. My most favorite story is "The Laughing Brothers" (Korea). It was surprisingly funny and entertaining. I would really like to find out how the author researched some of these stories.

  • Jess JK
    2019-02-19 14:10

    This is really lovely. As somebody who loves both mythology and LGBT stories it's as if this book was written for me. It would be nice though if the author had included some kind of source for each tale, so readers can follow up.

  • Robert Greene
    2019-03-08 21:04